Early Preview update + DreamHack Art Gallery + Q&A

Greetings everyone, How are you doing? We’ve got a bit of catching up to do regarding the updates, so let’s start. The early preview finalization got a bit more complicated than we had anticipated. Together with adding the RPG mechanics to all the choices, we also decided to properly set up the visual composition of…

The Preview is coming

Good day everyone, How was your summer? Have you discovered any narrative RPG gems? Apart from moving back to Slovakia from Washington DC, where my wife’s research program concluded, I’ve managed to play some Banner Saga 3. It’s a worthy climax to the viking saga that proved that there is always room and desire for…

Development progress + meet us at E3

Greetings everyone! Last time I updated you, you received the text-based preview of the Sacred Fire’s first chapter. And we couldn’t be more happy about your feedback. We had already known from our Firestarter+ backers that we were heading in the right direction but the second wave of responses was equally encouraging. Thank you for…

Design Focus: Character Creation

This spring has been particularly busy for Poetic. The most important news is that we have the first playable build of Sacred Fire. This is a historical moment for you and for us and we’ll have more information on that later. Let’s just say I kind of looked like this when I launched it for…

Expanding the team and plans for the future

Last time the big news was that Poetic advanced to the grand finale of Slovak Startup Awards. So, how did we do? Pretty good, I must say. We didn’t win (the guys who can test water pollution quickly with a tiny device did), but our pitch was very well received, we made new friends and…

Can you trust Etain the Shadow?

“You and Etain grew up together. She was your best, in fact, your only friend. The other kids didn’t want to play with you, an orphan. And the other orphans envied you had your brother Wid to raise you. You remember the constant hunger growing up and how she shared the food she could sneak…
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